Rev Peter Hartley
1940 – 2019
It is with a mixture of sadness and joy that we record the passing to glory of Rev Peter Hartley. Our sincere condolences to Hilary and all who knew Peter well.
Peter and Hilary were married in 1972 but within six months, he was diagnosed with a pituitary tumour. Years of ill health followed, yet out of the struggle of those years, Peter’s poetry flowed – poetry that was highly commended by Sir John Betjeman (Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom 1972 – 1984).
We were delighted to have been able to publish a collection of Peter’s poems – ‘Pearls out of Pain – a quest for God’ along side those of Hilary in ‘A Drift of Angel Wings – Conversations with God’. From these, we gain an understanding of the challenges facing both Carer and Cared For. Together, trusting in God, they journeyed through life. Peter dedicated his book to Hilary, with the words “The Companion of my Quest and the Partner of my Pilgrimage”.
Enjoy a selection of Peter’s poems here.
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